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10 Easy DIY Dog & Horse Costumes for Halloween

Make this Halloween your dog’s best! Plus, get in on the four-legged fun without breaking the bank. These do-it-yourself costume ideas for your dog are adorable, and more importantly, they’re easy! Always remember that costumes should not restrict movement, hearing, eyesight, or the ability to breathe! If you’re going to including paint on your pet […] Read more »

Science Says Horse Personalities are Heritable

Horse owners know their barns are filled with unique temperaments, but does science know if these horse personalities are heritable? Researchers are continuously uncovering which horse genes are responsible for certain equine personality traits and characteristics. According to The Horse, “Many characteristics, such as coat color, height, athletic ability, and behavioral tendencies are genetic in […] Read more »

10 Steps to Take If Your Dog Goes Missing

A missing-dog situation requires you to stay calm as best you can, because the first 24 hours are crucial. Before you find yourself in this stressful situation, it is a good idea to familiarize yourself with this lost-dog checklist to give yourself the best chance to find your pet quickly and safely:+ 1. File a […] Read more »

Assateague Island, the Hidden Getaway Gem

A fall getaway to an island? Yes! Assateague Island, roughly a three-hour car ride from Philadelphia, stretches across 48,000 acres. The island is between the coast of Maryland and Virginia, and is unique for its wild horses and seclusion. Assateague’s ecosystem is so cherished, that three separate agencies manage it: the National Park Service, U.S. Fish and […] Read more »

Five Fun Scent Games for Dogs

Dogs rely on their sense of smell to experience the world around them. This is why their walks are more than just an opportunity to go to the bathroom. The “smell stops” your dog makes are the equivalent of your pooch reading the morning paper or checking social media to see what their friends are […] Read more »

What Do Our Dogs and Cats Actually Remember?

Experts suggest that extremely positive, as well as the extremely negative experiences, create the most lasting memories in both dogs and cats. Although that might seem intuitive, there are many experiences that might be forgettable for us, but are long-lasting for our pets. Cats live curiously, but cautiously. They groom and hunt for themselves, which […] Read more »

5 Ways to Transform the Horse and Rider Bond

Horses are graceful, elegant, and fascinating creatures. As with any owner-animal relationship, encouraging a strong bond promotes better wellness for both rider and horse. However, there are ways to transform the relationship to even further increase your horse and rider bond. 1. The Power of Touch Allogrooming is form of grooming between members of the same […] Read more »

5 Water Safety Tips For Your Dog

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Dog water safety certainly doesn’t have to stop the fun!  Here are some water safety tips for smooth sailing on those pool, pond, lake, or beach days! 1. Getting Comfortable in the Water Before you take your dog for a swim for the first time, don’t assume they can swim, because, believe it or not, […] Read more »

Can Horses Read Our Body Language?

Most riders sense that they have an unspoken bond with the horses they are close to, but do horses really have an innate capacity for reading human body language? Amy Smith, researcher at the University of Sussex, wanted to learn more about horses’ ability to interpret non-verbal communication. Smith and her research team created an […] Read more »

How to Tell if Your Horse is Overheated

Long hair, too much fat insulation, and hot trailers are a few of the many reasons why a horse could overheat. In hot, humid conditions, the air is damp, and horses’ sweat won’t evaporate. This means the horse stays wet with sweat, but doesn’t get any cooler. It is incredibly important to take preventative measures, […] Read more »